Mr. Vertigo - Pages 97 – 145 Summary & Analysis

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Walt and Yehudi bury the bodies of Aesop and Mother Sioux on the farm before leaving Cibola on a horse-drawn wagon. They go to Marion’s house in Wichita and grieve. Walt grieves intensely but relatively briefly, while Yehudi’s grief lasts for months. Walt spends time with Marion and realizes that she is fond of alcohol and cursing, and he realizes that part of why she acts friendly towards him is that he represents a monetary investment to her. They sometimes drive around in her car, and Marion drives quickly and recklessly. Walt is alarmed by her driving, and his fear causes him to defecate. He is embarrassed, but Marion cleans him off in a nearby pond and promises not to tell anyone about the incident. Later, in a conversation between Marion and Walt, Marion complains that Yehudi has not had sex with...

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